Mystery has shrouded what is supposedly the latest leak of secret iPhone 6 images during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco this week.
Apparently, the images were 'accidentally' revealed in a video on Nowhereelse.fr. In the video clip, the device looks like many of the iPhone 6 images that have been leaked in recent weeks.
It boasts a more curved look than the iPhone 5S and is unlike any other device produced by Apple to date.
Apple, however, has not confirmed if the footage is genuine or a hoax. The company rarely launches iPhone products during WWDC, instead traditionally unveiling them in the autumn season.
When the iPhone 6 is officially released, though, users can expect fingerprint sensors, waterproof technology, a Saphire crystal display on a larger screen.
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